January 11 is National Human Trafficking Awareness day. Second Life Tennessee is raising awareness in this community with music and local nonprofits coming together to show their support. Second Life Tennessee is committed to ending human trafficking through policy, prevention, and survivor services. SLTN hosts community events like this one to invite more advocates into the SLTN mission.
All proceeds go toward the survivor services program. Survivors benefit by being able to experience options and choice. They benefit from seeing the contributions and financial support as a community believing in them. It’s not
about the money. It is about the community responding to someone’s desire to seek freedom, hope, and a better life.
Second Life Tennessee is an organization that practices Empowering others. The men and women on the team and the survivors being served experience this through the advocacy everyone contributes by choosing to show up every day. Empowering someone means sharing your power by bringing someone to a place of recognizing their power
Join us on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day
Friday, January 11th, 2019
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Doors open at 6:00 PM
149 E M. L. King Blvd
Chattanooga, TN 37402
MONDAY NIGHT SOCIAL
“Based out of Cleveland, TN (near Chattanooga) and known for their melodic blend of influences ranging from folk to blues with hints of bluegrass and pop, MondayNightSocial is a band poised to make their mark with unique songwriting and eclectic style. Their melding of various styles allows for a unique and resonant sound that compliments thoughtful lyrics and catchy melodies.”
Once called, “The rowdy gentlemen,” El Bandito will be joining us on stage at the Camphouse and bringing their loud crowd pleasing energy! They’ve got it all: soul, spirit, and a Cowboy! If you’ve never experienced them live, you are missing out. Their song is easy to sing to and impossible to not dance along with.
Elea Blake Cosmetics
Laura Beth Micheal
Ivory and Oak
The Hart Gallery
The Spice and Tea Exchange
Hugs & Kisses Mittens
If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact us at:
A Special thank you to our sponsors:
If you or someone you know is in trouble, please call the national or state human trafficking hotline number.
National Hotline: 1 (888) 373-7888
Tennessee Hotline: 1 (855) 558-6484